Tom Gores

Pistons To Retire Wallace, Billups' Jerseys At Ceremonies In January, FebruaryReports had already surfaced about the possibility, but the Pistons made it official Monday they would retire the jerseys of former players Ben Wallace and Chauncey Billups.
Four Takeaways From Pistons Owner Tom Gores' Meeting With Media Wednesday“Whatever home you’re living in, you should make it the best possible. I’ve always believed that, and so I don’t rule out downtown, but right now, this is our home."
Pistons Win Home Opener, 92-87, Within a 'Reset Culture'“(What) I’m really comfortable with right now is the new chemistry and this new culture that’s reset. I’m pretty excited about it."
Report: Tom Gores Will Be Sole Owner Of The Detroit PistonsAccording to a report on Monday, Gores will purchase the remaining 49 percent of the franchise that he didn't already own.
See The Palace's New Gloss Black Floor Set Up For The PistonsAre you ready for some Detroit basketball? The Palace is looking ready.
Will The Pistons Return To Detroit Under The Ownership Of Gores?Oakland County executive L. Brooks Patterson has said he would oppose any effort by the Pistons to leave The Palace.
Arn Tellem Named Vice Chairman Of Palace Sports & EntertainmentOwner Tom Gores announced today that renowned sports agent Arn Tellem has agreed to join Palace Sports & Entertainment (PS&E), as Vice Chairman.
Pistons Owner, Detroit Grand Prix Partner To Light Up Belle Isle BridgeA $50,000 donation from Tom Gores and Platinum Equity to the Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix led to the replacement and addition of energy efficient lights on the MacArthur Bridge.
Magic Johnson Helps Raise $1 Million For College AidLansing school board president Peter Spadafore says he's "speechless."
Pistons Owner Tom Gores Talks Drummond, Monroe, Van Gundy"Andre is a maximum guy," Gores said, according to the team. "He's a maximum guy, and he's not only a great player, he's a great person."
Palace Tech Upgrades Bring Pistons Fans Closer To The Action (VIDEO)Improved Wi-Fi, an enhanced mobile app for the Pistons and a new high-definition scoreboard are among $40 million in enhancements made to The Palace of Auburn Hills.
Duggan Says He Hopes Pistons Will Move Back To Downtown Detroit By 2017Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan spoke on Sports Illustrated's SI Now podcast and said that he thinks bringing the Detroit Pistons back to the city will benefit the area.
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